PEDRO PALMAS.PALMAS SWIMWEAR PARTICIPATES IN THE "MARE DA MARE" 2021 INTERNATIONAL SWIMEAR FAIR FLORENCE
"Pedro Palmas- Palmas Swimwear has been a beneficiary of the European Regional Development Fund whose objective is the internationalization of the company and thanks to which it has accessed the ITALIAN market in order to improve the propensity to export and the export base; 24 -26 July 2021. For this it has had the support of the International PIP Promotion Plan of the Chamber of Commerce of Gran Canaria. "
The Canarian Designer participated and dazzled on the catwalk of the Maredamare International Fair with his trends for 2022, INSPIRED BY THE GLAM MOVEMENT OF THE 80S
Pedro Palmas has done it with the ´Glam ’collection that he presented in the last edition of Swimwear Fashion Week
The firm has made various commercial contacts that the Minister of Industry, Minerva Alonso, values positively since "this is the first time that we participate and perseverance is important to gain the trust of buyers"
“The evaluation is positive, in addition, we must bear in mind that it is the first time we come, and at fairs constancy is valued, because it generates more confidence in buyers, so we had to start and now we have to maintain these ex- requests ”, valued the Minister of Industry, Minerva Alonso.
In addition to the exhibition space, the firm yesterday had the opportunity to parade with its collection on the catwalk in a collective parade. In the case of Pedro Palmas, it was ‘Glam’, the collection he presented at Swimwear Fashion Week last October, inspired by the latest evolution of this artistic and aesthetic movement.
The largest Italian showcase for swimwear
The 14th edition of Maredamare renews its commitment to an increasingly expansive vocation thanks to the participation of the best brands of swimwear, kaftans, accessories, home clothes and underwear in an exhibition area of 11,000 square meters. An average of 300 mid- or high-end brands exhibit at Marchamare, making it the only Italian showcase in the beachwear and underwear sector.
In addition, Maredamare has obtained the International Fair qualification, confirming its solidity as the only Italian fair dedicated to the beachwear, accessories and underwear sector and today it represents the meeting point between the best clients and the most qualified companies: from the best known brands to the newest.
Photography: Ramon Verdugo
Gran Canarian swimwear dazzles with an "unprecedented" opening event at BERLIN Fashion Week
Gran Canaria Moda Cálida participates in the most important initiative of the textile sector in Germany, promoted by the Government, the Berlin City Council and the Fashion Council Germany.
The Chamber of Commerce of Gran Canaria and Gran Canaria Moda Calida organize a Commercial Mission to Berlin to support the internationalization of several companies
The Official Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Services and Navigation of Gran Canaria, has organized a trade mission within the framework of Berlin Fashion Week, the most important initiative of the textile sector in Germany and a meeting point for the swimwear industry of Europe. Four fashion firms from Gran Canaria, Pedro Palmas, Chela Clo, Elena Morales and Como la Trucha al Trucho, participate in this internationally prestigious fair, under the umbrella of the Cálida Fashion program of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria. Berlin Fashion Week is an event that takes place this week and is attended by buyers from all over Europe, an exceptional opportunity to promote the Gran Canaria textile sector and show the island's fashion boom. During the commercial mission, the representatives of the four Gran Canaria fashion firms participated in a meeting at the Spanish Economic and Commercial Office in Berlin, where they were received by the economic and commercial counselor, Mario Buisán García. They have also been part of a meeting with the Berlin designer community, where they have learned the keys to the commercialization of swimwear in Germany from the hand of entrepreneurs from the German textile sector. During the trade mission, they also participated in various forums related mainly to technology in the fashion and sustainability sector. This is the fourth face-to-face trade mission carried out by the Chamber of Gran Canaria after the pandemic, within the framework of the International Promotion Plan Program (PIP), which is co-financed by the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, with the clear objective of continuing to support the internationalization of companies,